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as chief of staff to former california governor arnold schwarzenegger. welcome to you both. glad to have you back. >> glad to be here. >> so joe biden? >> i think the obama administration is praying for a rush limbaugh moment now. >> so you think it was a mistake. >> total mistake. a sitting president does not float a hot air balloon on this kind of issue six months before the election. this is an election about the economy and it takes them off message. >> joe, what are the activists telling you? >> there was a meeting last year that a lot of major activists went to. and many wore a button that said evolve already. because the president is overlawyering. why don't just say gay marriage. because jay carney is right. but on this one, he's -- he looks wishy washy. >> the gay community should back off of the president on this. they shouldn't make it a campaign issue. it hurts us when he does that. >> i have talked to pollsters and they said if the president comes at this -- using his christian values from an honest place, which he is likely to he could win this. he could sa
about today. nearly a year after their split, arnold schwarzenegger is describing his relationship with maria shriver has terrific. >> all right. schwarzenegger told "entertainment tonight" that he and shriver are having a great time raising their kids together. he called her an extraordinary mother. despite fathering a child with their housekeeper, he said he and shriver were always a good team when it came to their children. >> oh. a little strange. >>> we're getting some behind-the-scenes accounts of the british royal wedding from groom himself. >> prince williams says he saw a guest list with hundreds of names, none he knew. he complained to his grand mum. well, look at the list and start off with the couple's friends because the queen said, quote, it's your day. >> wow. that was sweet. also, william said he got one hour of sleep the night before because of his nerves and the crowd outside of his window. >>> if you arrive at a airport, all you want is a friendly face offering a little bit of helpful information. >> your wish, believe it or not, is about to come true, as long as
. >>> schwarzenegger is giving his wife maria nothing but complaints -- but compliments. the couple announced their service last may he says they have a great time raising their four children together he says maria has always been an extraordinary mother we get along well. the two split after schwarzenegger admitted to fathering a child with their longtime household staffer. >>> following breaking news in the south bay where authorities have made an arrest in the disappearance of sierra lamar. what investigators are telling about the man arrested for her murder. >> the expected vote that could give thousands of minimum wage workers in one bay area city a big pay raise. we'll be right back.
schwarzenegger, former california governor, wrote an op-ed and talking about the california republican party and whether it was too partisan. we have a full-screen shot of what he said. in the current climate, he said is targeting anyone who doesn't meet criteria. switched to an independent party, saying it's too difficult to get things done there. what do you think of this? >> eric: don't forget the far right, tea party is considering far right. they got the house back in 2010 because of the far right. schwarzenegger doesn't like it, too far right for him in by the way, not sure he was really a republican. >> dana: republican like. i read something there isn't enough partisanship. he said you must be like sharks that smell blood in the water. you have don't win on defense, you win on offense. >> bob: he did. far, far, far right. west is a good example of this. he said when ronald reagan was president and president of california, he worked with the state legislature and raised taxes to balance the budget. would ronald reagan feel comfortable with west in i assume they mean the far left. i co
separation from maria, former governor schwarzenegger opens >>> coming up on 6:45. we start with our forecast locally upper 50s along the coast partly sunny this afternoon mostly sunny for the rest of us 60s and 70s around the bay. right now quiet on doppler you can see rain in portland some may dip down and touch eureka around 59 through the central valley mid 80s to 91 fresno, low to mid 70s along the coast big sur to san diego, 80 in l.a.. palm springs 106 sierra 66 tahoe eight two -- 82 in yosemite. >>> new this morning, spacex flight controllers in southern california are guiding a private rocket to the space station right now after making history with this morning's launch. >> and launch of the spacex falcon 9 rocket. nasa turns to the private sector to resupply the international space station. >> the rocket successfully lived off before 1:00 this morning. the white house quickly offered congratulations this is the first time a private company has launched a rocket to the international space station. it is due to dock in a few days to deliver 1,000 pounds of provisions. >>> former secre
watched with incredulous eyes when you actually took on schwarzenegger, a very popular republican celebrity governor. >> i know. >> and you helped bring him down. >> we did. we did. actually, you know, his waterloo was when he said in front of a women's conference, "i kick nurse's butts." >> pay no attention to those voices over there, by the way. those are the special interests, if you know what i mean. he special interests just don't like me in sacramento because i'm always kicking their butt. that's why they don't like me. >> well, we put that shoe on the other foot. and we -- >> why did he say that? >> because, well, first of all, because he's arnold schwarzenegger. he was above it all. but again, the way we practice politics. he became governor. everyone thought it was more important to get his autograph than to actually hold him accountable for the policy. and so, what happened was he decided to -- nurses have patient ratios in california, which is a phenomenal law. he decided to roll that back. and then he wanted to meet with us. and we said, "no, we're, you know, leave tha
, california?" schwarzenegger. no, i don't think it's schwarzenegger because it's a short-lived campaign, though. it was before schwarzenegger. oh, the gary coleman? gary coleman. yeah, it has to be gary coleman. we're going with gary coleman. that's the right way to go, and you're up to 100 bucks. also a common orthodontic device, what term refers to a payment made to secure the services of a professional? retainer. retainer, sir. retainer! dr. fahrenheit in the house. retainer's right. yay! whoo! all right, 20 blocks to go, guys. here's your final $50 question. excellent. about 1/8 the size of the statue of liberty, the statue of freedom stands atop the dome of what d.c. landmark? where the congress -- that has to be it. statue of freedom. has to be it. capitol building? it has to be the capitol building, right? five seconds. yeah, i'm guessing -- we'll go with the capitol building. capitol building is right. you guys are four for four. up to 200 bucks. well done. that's it for the $50 questions. these next questions are worth 100 bucks each, and they're a little bit harder. epitomized
. but according to the associated press in 2008 then governor arnold schwarzenegger borrowed $2 million to close a budget gap and last year governor brown borrowed another $1 million the state says it plans to pay back in the dmv says its recently moved remove references about the scholarship fund from its web site. did we want to bring clarity that all the 911 families who applied for scholarships for their children how the received them or are in the process of getting them. did weight since 2002 californians have bought a renewed the specialty license plates when 200,000 times according to the ap reports on the $21,381 has reached the children and spouses of the three dozen california residents killed during the terrorist attacks so the question many californians are asking tonight is where has the money gone. i think it's inappropriate because that money was designated for a certain group of people in this state is essentially stealing that from the families that its bills to go to. and that is an inexcusable think. did we state lawmakers say they were borrowing the money to balance the budg
governor again mostly for official business the former governor arnold schwarzenegger also did not reveal his vacation where about. >>> how many times did you try to break the bad habits? or more seriously have you ever dealt with an addiction or anxiety issues? there's a woman who has helped thousands of people and we have heard success story after success story. didn't call her the bad habit breaker in she says she can help keep tackle addiction waking sleep problems even athletic performance issues of any single session. many people including the bay area celebrities whereby her. cabinet is the kind of guy who gets things done. he is chief operating officer of the largest family business in the silicon valley. >>> anything to do a site construction we can do. but there's one thing he could not do costs dump the debt. >>> he was addicted to chewing tobacco. the father of to try to quit many times. >>> as strong as i believe i am a nicotine control me. >>> he knew she needed help but it wasn't going to find it in the form of a pillar patch for treatment. instead he founded here in t
terrorism but according to the associated press in 2008 then governor arnold schwarzenegger borrowed $2 million to close a budget gap and last year governor brown borrowed another $1 million. the state says it plans to pay back and the dmv says its recently removed references with the scholarship fund. deerweed apply for scholarships for their children either receive them or are in the process of getting them. >>> since 2002 californians have bought or renew these specialty memorial license plates more than 200,000 times. according to the ap reports only $21,381 is breaching the children and spouses of the three dozen california residents killed in the terrorist attacks. so the question many californians are asking tonight's is where has the money gone. >>> the governor should not be taken the money that's not going for what it's meant for. >>> this is essentially stealing that from the families that it was to go to. >>> and that is inexcusable. >>> state lawmakers say they were borrowing the money to balance the budget their intention is to get back but for a victim's family membe
. according to the ap, the account was raided by governor schwarzenegger and governor brown. ap says they used $3 million to try to plug up budget deficits. >>> in san mateo, measure t requires car rental businesses to pay 2.5% tax on receipts. measure x imposes an 8% tax on commercial parking lots, measure u would increase hotel tax on room rates to 12%. business owners say the measures on the june ballot will discourage travelers from staying on the peninsula. the county says taxes would generate $13 million, which it badly needs to close a budget gap. >>> still to come, a story that's bear-ly believable. >> i guess where you're coming from. a surprise guest for a couple of sisters in southerncalifornia. what do you do when a bear is there? fo >>> finally this morning, most of us heard about a polar bear swim, you strip down your clothes, jump in a freezing lake on pond, maybe in the ocean. how about this, a black bear swim in a pool in southern california. >> you have to look at this. can't get enough of this. may be hard to believe, but what happened here. there's video to prove it. two te
earthquake in the bay area or southern california. >>- q. i in 2006 -- >> in 2006 the schwarzenegger administration purchased three of the mobile hospitals as part of a cash of emergency medical supplies totaling $166.5 million. we are planning for a pandemic influenza where there would be a huge surge or increase in the amount of patients that we thought would exceed the capacity of the health care system. >> along with the mobile hospitals, the state purchased anti-virals, ventilators, respirators and other medical supplies. to store and maintain these materials cost $4 million a year. another $1.7 million to house the mobile hospitals. as a casual stey of -- casualty of budget cuts, the state has decided to slash the storage funds leaving supplies in limbo. >> these are really, really important assets for california. we don't want to see them destroyed. >> the california department of public health director says the state wants to give the supplies to counties, nonprofits and private organizations. passing on the expense of maintaining them as well. >> our primary goal is to keep
. the report found that nearly $3 million went to plug the state budget deficit by both governor schwarzenegger and governor brown. high salaries paid to top executives at california state universities could be frozen following action by the state senate today. the controversial issue has opinion in the spotlight since last year when it was revealed that the new president at san diego state was paid $100,000 more than his predecessor. today the state senate passed the bill by santa clara state senator alquest which would ban pay raises for csu administrators for the next two years. raises would then be capped at 10% for four years. critics argue high salaries are necessary to recruit top university executives. the bill now goes to the state assembly. >> the berkeley school district hired a dean of attendance at berkeley high this year. smart move. the district earns more than $1 million extra and saves more than 100 teaching jobs when students show up to class. the school has increased attendance by about two full class sizes. similar increases were seen districtwide. school districts are given
by governor schwarzenegger and governor brown. >>> another california lawmaker wants to use state funds. jerry hill produced the measure today. it passed the $2 million pg&e had from fines stemming from the san bruno explosion. the measure will reduce the money the utility would be borrowing to fund the project. mark le'o backed a similar bill in sacramento. >>> a health alert, about one of the most prescribed medications in the country. be on the lookout for counterfeit versions of adderall. they're pink. the u.s. food and drug administration learned of people receiving counterfeit adderall online. the fda says the fakes don't work and could be dangerous. the pills are said to be in bottles with misspellings on the label. >>> a medical first in houston. a woman will undergo the first-ever double-arm implant. katie hayes had to have both arms amputated. she is looking forward to putting her arms around her daughter. >>> south bay drivers are about to get the green light and the red one on their afternoon commute. erring lights will turn on at 3:00 in the afternoon, creating a different landsca
in the bay area or southern california. >>- q. i in 2006 -- >> in 2006 the schwarzenegger administration purchased three of the mobile hospitals as part of a cash of emergency medical supplies totaling $166.5 million. we are planning for a pandemic influenza where there would be a huge surge or increase in the amount of patients that we thought would exceed the capacity of the health care system. >> along with the mobile hospitals, the state purchased anti-virals, ventilators, respirators and other medical supplies. to store and maintain these materials cost $4 million a year. another $1.7 million to house the mobile hospitals. as a casual stey of -- casualty of budget cuts, the state has decided to slash the storage funds leaving supplies in limbo. >> these are really, really important assets for california. we don't want to see them destroyed. >> the california department of public health director says the state wants to give the supplies to counties, nonprofits and private organizations. passing on the expense of maintaining them as well. >> our primary goal is to keep the supplies in
includes a former gold is jim building once frequented by arnold schwarzenegger. >> today, major steps will be announced to fight alzheimer's. later today the feds will outline work that has already started. major new studies, possible therapies have been improved including a form of insulin that is sprayed into your nose. sleepwalking is more prevalent among americans than previously thought. researchers at stanford found that more than 3 percent of adults are prone to sleepwalking. the study also found that people who suffer from depression and anxiety are more likely to wander while they are sleeping >> burgeon atlantic says calls will only be allowed on its airbus 8330 and boeing 747 plants that are specially designed to prevent interference with the aircraft equipment. a russian-made spacecraft blasted off this morning carrying a three man crew including an american astronaut. they're scheduled to reach the international space station on thursday joining three other astronauts or already there. a car crashed into a fire hydrant sending water shooting up into the air. the blast of
state senator, and arnold schwarzenegger was a movie actor. 10 years ago, most americans had never heard of a credit default swap or mortgage-backed securities. lehman brothers had celebrated its 150th anniversary and in 2001, mark zuckerberg was captain of his high-school fencing team. borders bookstores had $3 billion in annual revenue and meanwhile, kindle something you did to a fire and nook was merely a small corner of the room. most americans knew little about osama bin laden or al qaeda. at the time, i was u.s. attorney in san francisco and i myself being out here paid little attention to those terrorist attacks that were occurring overseas. today, our world can change in the blink of an eye. the effects of that change are felt more rapidly and more broadly than ever before. consider the current economic climate. when companies fail to recognize and adapt to change, they can go out of business almost overnight. law enforcement and the intelligence community face a similar challenge. if we in the fbi failed to recognize how the world is changing, the consequences can be devastating
.'s wife. then -- >> you referenced maria. how's your relationship today? >> our arnold schwarzenegger exclusive, one year after his love child scandal. his first interview about the split. >> the most important thing is the kids are doing well.
of that is and the california republican party during arnold schwarzenegger's governorship. welcome back to you both. let me start with you, duf, and let he start on the more billionaire's super pac's stuff. doesn't it -- i know republicans have a huge amount more, but still doesn't it make you uncomfortable? >> yes, but the hype -- hypocrisy is when the democrats had more where was the outrage there? that's what bothers me. yes, it trowels me. and i thought your piece was very effective. we do have to work to get the average voice back into this. >> you would len your voice to this? >> absolutely. but obama started this thing. it's think hypocrisy of this. >> but you are talking about billionaires on the republican side who already said they are going to spend a total of a billion dollars. and now you are a cubs fan so let me show you this this is a world series san francisco giants team, and if this is as close as the cub fan is ever going to get to a world series ring. >> come on. >> i don't have a ring, yeah. >> go tigers. that's what i'm saying. would you have selected a chateau for
schwarzenegger, former governor of california. schwarzenegger just penned an op ed in the time bemoaning the gop has ideologically rigid. quote, in the current climate, the extreme right wick of the party is targeting anyone who doesn't meet its strict criteria. in other words, the kindergarten cop is blowing the whistle on small term politics. if 2010 does become a total recall for the gop, we know one former republican who will be gloating. nba great and now television analyst charles barkley who once flirted with a republican run for governor of alabama before throwing his round mound behind obama. had a little trash talk time when the camera focused on mitt romney on the crowd at the boston celtics game. >> mitt romney. >> he's at the game in boston. >> we're going to beat you like a drum in november. don't take it personally. i like. you seem like a nice guy. you going down, bro. >> there you have it. republicans and mitt romney crushed between the weight lifter and the weight watcher. though it is worth remembering what sir charles once so famously said. i am not a role model. stay with us
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found governor sherry brown and arnold schwarzenegger used a combined $3 millions to put a patch on the state's budget deficit. then the legislator used millions more on issues like workplace safety and livestock diseases. only a tiny fraction has gone toward scholarships and 40 percent to counter-terrorism training. this is an insult to the memory of those who died. we contacted california department of motor vehicles this is what they said. quote everyone who applied for a 9-11 scholarship received one and has money in the account dedicate to do that purpose. to receive the greatest accountability they have directed the office of state audit and evaluations to review the funding for all special interest license plates. later on stewart barney will be here to comment and talk more about the issue. >> back over to you heather. >> quite a story. >>> you think you are giving your money to one thung a-- thi they take it. >> it is now 26 after the top of the hour. justin bieber facing jail time? new developments over his alleged confrontation with paparazzi. are you obsessed with you
schwarzenegger to plug in budget gaps. only $80,000 went to the victims of 9/11 and 40,000 was pleasant on antiterrorism programs. >>> today, people will be armed with -- among them all bright the first woman of the secretary of state. and the medal of freedom is awarded to those who made major contributions to society. >>> let's go to sal and check in on the commute how is it going, sal? >>> not bad, if you are driving in some areas but other areas are getting busy though. highway 4 is getting busy passed willow pass grade and there is a stalled big-rig making it slow and even if that area is getting slowed, you will see it because of the rain blockage and you will see traffic will be a little bit slow now that the metering lights have been turned on. and the morning drive looks good on 280 and 81 so we are off to some good starts in santa clara valley. let's go to steve. >>> we have some sun in a few locations and it will fall -- what i am trying to say, the fog will burn off even though it is still there. some of that low cloud deck has been there for the longest time and it shows no
come into office, the minute they hit the governor's share, arnold schwarzenegger did this, they go right after public employees. teachers, firefighters. why do they do that? are they mad because they supported their opponents? is it revenge? >> they're an easy target. when someone goes in to collectively bargain, they're looking for something that can be vilified right away. this has been a 30-year run on labor. it's now a culmination of all the a.l.e.c. activity legislatively that has supported these guys and also citizens united has given them the perfect opportunity to zero in on being very aggressive. and they're taking their best shot at it right now. the people of wisconsin just happen to be the focal point of democracy of america right now. and it's going to be a hell of a battle. it's going to be a photo finish. it's going to be, who gets the vote out, who stays motivated, but we're talking about 15 months of intensity politically in that state. >> is this going to be a game of get out the vote, identifying voters, making sure they get to the polls by car service, by cab, w
. there has to be a blow, though. >> we can borrow in the past, governor schwarzenegger was able to get through his years by borrowing and spending but we can't do that anymore. we are running out of those tricks. we made real cuts last year but now it has grown even more and we are in a very difficult squeeze and despite the facebook effect on all the good news that might be promoted in the next few months, the economy is starting to come back a little bit but we are in a cash crisis and we will need to make tough decisions. we always cry wolf but in this case i think these cuts are very real and significant. >> jerry brown's tax initiative, odds of passing? >> 50-50 >> 48-52. i want to upset the governor anymore than i already have. >> spoken like a true politicians. >> it will be a very iffy week in sacramento because they need to have those cuts that would go into effect if they don't pass, they need to be set down in time to get the bonds and the borrowing done so it will be very hot summer in sacramento and a legislature has a real choice to make, try to get something done or hold
exception of schwarzenegger and that odd recall election becoming governor. of being able to win staid-wite elections. their record is terrible over the last decade. i think until you build a more viable republican party, it's going to be hard to see this play out in the way that the promotes anticipate. >> ron? >> "national journal." start with jeff and lee, both, kind of alluding to this. what was the impact on kiv t conservatives? the impact on liberals of having a significant conservative wing in the democrat party? whether congress or the reagan administration, you note even in the reagan administration there were voices of a different faction, a different wing in the party. how did that affect the way choices were made when these issues were debated as you said not only between the parties but within the parties? >> jeff, your book is -- >> sure. i think conservatives had to think about what was going to appeal to people in their party. and then to go on to sell it to the public as well. this actually disciplined conservatives and made them realize the need to actually persuade p
so unsuccessful with the obvious exception of schwarzenegger and that odd recall election, becoming governor, of getting anybody elected is he te state wiwide level. it's going to be hard to see this play out in the way opponents anticipate. >> ron. >> ron brownstein from the "national journal". it's a question for everybody. but maybe start with jeffrey. what was the impact on conservatives of having a significant moderate weng in the republican party? for that matter the impact on liberals having a significant conservative wing in the democratic party, whether we're talking about congress or even the reagan administration, where they were voices on different faxes and different wings. how did feekt the way where these issues were issued -- sure i any conservatives had to think about what was going to appeal to people in their boston and then go on to sell it to the broader public as well. i think it's disciplined conservatives and made them aware of the need to persuade, rather than impose it over any kind of opposition. ronald reagan was the exemplar. he was the best vote getter.
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